International Relations examines global governance. Among the core issues are international conflict, inter-state cooperation, growing global integration, the role of international institutions and global nonprofit organizations, and the development and extension of international law. This minor is recommended for those seeking employment in the US State Department, Department of Defense, The United Nations, international business, and global non-profits.
Minor in International Relations Requirements: 18 credits*
|PLS 340||International Politics||3|
|Select fifteen credits from the following:||15|
|Issues And Challenges In American Foreign Policy|
|Foreign Policy And Diplomacy Of Major Powers|
|Bombs and Rockets: National Security Policy|
|International Political Economy|
|Global Poverty and Development|
|Seminar on International Relations|
|Poverty, Development and Public Policy|
Kingfisher concentration requirements are 9 credits total, chosen from the list of courses in the associated minor. Unless otherwise specified.